Posts Tagged ‘movie review’
Though it contains little revelatory information for anyone who's followed Steve Jobs, this new documentary offers an engaging, sober look at the Apple giant.
"No Escape" is a clumsy but effective thriller that treats its Asian antagonists as faceless, disposable bogeymen.
The second collaboration between star/writer Greta Gerwig and director Noah Baumbach is an exponentially more mature and revealing look at young womanhood.
By Bob Bloom “American Ultra” is propelled by a single premise that expends itself rather quickly. The movie is a simplistic, cartoonish yet violent feature about a young stoner, Mike Howell, played by Jesse Eisenberg, who, unbeknownst even to himself, is a highly trained CIA agent with multiple and deadly skills. The attraction, of course, […]
A compelling character study of young men with different outlooks on fame and celebrity and how they try to use each other to either garner or avoid it.
This portrait of two men on the road is simultaneously a great character study and possibly the best portrait of writers I’ve ever seen.
It evokes a driving, constant beat that will keep you invested in the music and especially in the quintet of artists who rode it into a nation’s consciousness.
A nifty end-of-summer soufflé that will keep you entertained with exciting stunt work, beautiful European vistas and sharp one-liners.